Quark’s passengers come from over 50 countries across the globe.
Top 5 reasons to take Quark’s signature North Pole voyage.
Watch what is it like to travel to the North Pole with Quark Expeditions.
Travel to 90° North on the world’s most powerful nuclear icebreaker,
Experience the awe-inspiring king penguin rockeries of South Geogia.
King penguin chicks' feathers remain brown until they moult.
Quark visits South Georgia on 6 voyages in 2014.15
Unlike the Antarctic peninsula, South Georgia is lush and green and home to a large king penguin colony.
Polar bear cubs stay with their mother until they are 2 - 2 1/2 years old. During this time, they learn to hunt and survive in some of the earth's harshest environments.
February 27 is International Polar Bear Day.
Did you know? Polar bears do not hibernate in the winter. Watch this short video for more fun facts.
Visit the majestic polar bear in and around Spitsbergen with Quark.
Travel to remote Nation Historical Sites of Canada and settlements from 4000 year-old cultures.
Quark has 5 voyages to the Canadian Arctic in 2014.
An “Inuksuk” is an Inuit cultural symbol found from Alaska to Greenland.
Greenland is one of the best places in the world to see the incredibile Northern Lighs.
In Greenlandic legend, the Northern Lights (Aurora borealis) represent the spirit of their dead ancestors playing football in the sky.
Watch this incredible display of nature for yourself, from our friends at Visit Greenland
See some of the world's most remarkable displays of northern lights on Quark East Greenland: Northern Lights' voyage
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